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te āhua nei Play

1. it looks as though, by the look of things, it would seem, it would appear that, looks like it - an idiom.

Te āhua nei, he pakanga kei te haere. / It looks as though there's a battle about to happen.
Ahakoa anō te kōrero a Eruera kāore ia i mōhio he aha te mea i mau i a ia i te kura o Te Teko, te āhua nei i tōtika tonu ia, nō te mea, nō te tau 1910, ka whai karahipi ia mō te haere ki te kura tuarua o Tīpene i Ākarana (EM 2002:28). / Despite Eruera saying that he did not know what he learnt at Te Teko School, it would seem that he did all right because in 1910 he gained a scholarship to go to secondary school at St Stephens in Auckland.

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